Lumiere Lomo Filters
Lumiere Lomo Filters
The Lumiere Filters from Vid-Atlantic - For use on various lenses. Ideal for use on medium to tight focal lengths (50mm and higher) with apertures in the f0.95 to f2.8 range.
Choose from 2 sizes:
- 58mm (with 52mm ring included) for use on smaller front lenses
- 77mm (with 72mm ring included) for use on larger front lenses
Camera and Lens not included.
The Lumiere Lomography Filters from Vid-Atlantic
Introduced at NAB 2016! Unlike other Lumiere and Lomo methods (like Petzval lenses) these are ideal for use on various lenses and various (medium to tight) focal lengths (35mm and higher) with apertures in the f0.95 to f2.8 range.
Our filters are mounted onto rotating frames making it great for still photography as well as motion picture video and films. These filters create a surreal and vintage look; an ethereal aesthetic.
The aperture discs within the filter frame delicately morph the areas out of focus for a soft and dreamy result. Great for capturing portraits, landscape, engagements, bridal, baby and wedding photography / videography.
Made and assembled without any additional glass or optics using a high quality rotating filter frame and a specialized 3D printed ABS Lumiere Bokeh disc.
Two sizes to choose from! Made for Photography and Video!
- 58mm (with 52mm ring included) for use on smaller front lenses - Mounted into a Rotating Filter Frame
- 77mm (with 72mm ring included) for use on larger front lenses - Mounted into a Rotating Filter Frame
If your lenses have front sizes other than the 4 sizes above then you can use simple step-up or step-down rings found online, on ebay or in most camera shops for just a few dollars.
Our filters mount to the front of your lenses and work with Canon, Nikon, Sony, Leica, Sigma, Tamron, Zeiss and many other lens types and mounts.
Due to the shear amount of camera and lens variables that are available to photographers and filmmakers these days, it's impossible for us to test or know for certain each and every lens combination that may or may not work optimally. Therefore for optimal results we recommend using 50mm or tighter focal lengths lenses with apertures in the f0.95 to f2.8 range.
This is not to say that other lenses will not work - some will, some won't, but that's most of the fun; experimenting with these filters!
HAVE FUN & SHOW US YOUR RESULTS!